Friday, March 25, 2011

All this rain...

Cat boys wanted to know what all this rain was good for so I showed them this flower.

Augustus' expression tells me that he is unsure, purple flower or wet fur, that is the question?

Ollie is pretty sure that wet fur is not acceptable, his luxurious mane does not like extremes of weather conditions- too wet is bad and too dry is staticky!

The two conversed over a good fresh graze

and I sensed that I was going to be in trouble when I saw them talking privately
so I quickly pulled out my book of readings and started reading this to them:

"Consider! When the rain, the heat, the sun and the gentle zephyrs cooperate with each other, what beautiful gardens are produced! How the various kinds of hyacinths, flowers, trees and plants associate with each other and are conducive to the adornment and charm of one another! Hence the oneness of the bounty of the sun, the oneness of rain and the oneness of the breeze have so overcome all other considerations, that the variety of hues, fragrances and tastes have increased the adornment, the attraction and sweetness of the whole. In a similar manner, when the divine Collective Center and the outpouring of the Sun of Reality and the breaths of the Holy Spirit are brought together, the variety of races and the differences existing between countries will become the cause of the embellishment, decoration and elegance of the world of humanity..."

The strategy was successful. The boys listened, meowed, then made kisses and blew them in the air for you. Wishing you the weekend that you would like to have!

Ciao everyone!


  1. We have hyacinths now, and glorious tulips.

    I love that shot of them grazing. Cuteness!


  2. gentle zephyrs cooperating with each other....the attraction of the whole....the divine collective center....
    my oh my: what an impact these words have on my soul.

    i suppose it's difficult to explain to the boys that life ain't perfect and the weather, less so.

    kisses to them to happy them up.

  3. why oh why must kitties eat grass (and throw it up)....

    :) Mine eat any plants at all.